Published: Thu, Oct 1, 2015
Type: Publication

Increasing demand for food and other agricultural products will put great strains on land, water, energy and other resources in the coming years, and also heavily impact greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. One way WBCSD members have chosen to tackle the water resource challenge is by developing insights for short-term responses to the Water-Energy-Food nexus, under climate change conditions.

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